The Cambridge Dictionary has a sentence:
They can cross-sell to the bank's existing customers and introduce life insurance and pensions products.
Pension, though a count noun, here functions as an attributive noun modifying products. Then why is it in the plural? Shouldn't attributive nouns be in the singular, such as "pension plans"? As far as I know there seem to be some exceptions where a plural noun precedes another noun to form a compound noun phrase, but pension doesn't seem to be one of them, according to Macmillan. Google suggests both pension products and pensions products are in use, the former more popular. Any chance this would be a BrE/AmE difference?